The weather plays a huge role in amateur astronomy, principally by preventing observation of the night sky! Some are blessed with plenty of clear skies throughout the year. Others are not so fortunate.
This page provides weather information (including severe weather warnings) from around the world along with space weather information and how the Sun looks today and aurora predictions.
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60-Second Astro News: Tech Advances for Exoplanet Hunters20 Apr 2018 at 12:30pm
A mini-satellite demonstrates exoplanet-hunting technology, a superconducting camera tests its abilities to image exoplanets, and bad news for life on Proxima Centauri b.
The post 60-Second Astro News: Tech Advances for Exoplanet Hunters appeared first on Sky & Telescope.Read more...
The majestic Earth as seen through the eyes of astronauts20 Apr 2018 at 5:00am
We've gotten so accustomed to seeing photos of Earth from space that sometimes it's easy to forget just how beautiful our planet truly is. Many astronauts have reportedly experienced profound spiritual transformations when viewing the Earth from space, a phenomenon that has come to be called the ... Read more...
Is it time for a new astronomical yardstick?20 Apr 2018 at 5:00am
One physicist is proposing we do away with units such as light-years, astronomical units, and arcseconds. Read more...
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